FRIDAY I Focused on Community

  • FRIDAY I Feature: Attorney Bill Waddell Writes Children's Book
    2017-06-02

    FRIDAY I Feature: Attorney Bill Waddell Writes Children's Book

    As with any great story, this one starts with a girl. Actually, this story starts with three girls. When Attorney Bill Waddell’s three daughters were in elementary school, Bill loved reading to them as many fathers do. Although story after story could be found about princess fairytales, animal adventures and even real-life heroes, he discovered that very few children’s books dealt with the law or social justice issues. It was important to Bill not only that his daughters learn these values, but also that they understand how Bill’s profession contributes to these values.

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  • Presentation by Attorney Given to Small Business Owners
    2017-04-12

    Presentation by Attorney Given to Small Business Owners

    Attorney Blake D. Lewis gave a presentation to the business start-up class of Communities Unlimited at Phillips Community College in DeWitt on Tuesday, April 11. Blake's presentation focused on the various legal entities new small business owners might choose. The presentation was part of the final six-part workshop by Communities Unlimited, a community development financial institution (CDFI) that assists small businesses develop and grow.

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  • Attorneys Participate in ArkBar Mock Trial State Championship
    2017-03-09

    Attorneys Participate in ArkBar Mock Trial State Championship

    Over the weekend, 29 teams from 23 high schools competed in the state finals of the ArkBar Mock Trial Competition. Friday, Eldredge & Clark attorneys Tonya Gierke, Wayne Young and Jordan Broyles volunteered to judge the students throughout the competition.

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  • Attorneys Volunteer Services to Help Those in Need
    2017-02-14

    Attorneys Volunteer Services to Help Those in Need

    For the fourth year, attorneys with Friday, Eldredge & Clark have partnered with the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission and Southern Bancorp to provide pro bono will preparation services to low-income residents of Helena and Eudora. The involvement in the Super Saturday events is just another example of how the firm and its attorneys are committed to the commission's mission to provide protection of the law for all Arkansans. By working with key partners in low-income communities, attorneys are able to provide pro-bono work for families who would normally not be able to afford the service.

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